Posts Tagged ‘Dropbox’

Dropbox erects sueball shield with new T&C and privacy legalese

Drops mention of AWS, forbids class actions and makes arbitration compulsory for all

chat di milano Grumpy with Dropbox? Forget sueing the company, which is trying to keep you from your lawyers with its new Terms of Service document effective as of March 24th, 2014.

partnersuche 50plus treff Dropbox has been progressively notifying its customers of its new rules over recent days. Your correspondent received an email yesterday, but legal blog xtrasize erfahrungen forum Lawyerist received it a few days ago and has noted that the company is trying to head off legal action in interesting ways.

Firstly, Dropbox now insists “We want to address your concerns without needing a formal legal case. Before filing a claim against Dropbox, you agree to try to resolve the dispute informally by contacting dispute-notice@dropbox.com. We’ll try to resolve the dispute informally by contacting you via email. If a dispute is not resolved within 15 days of submission, you or Dropbox may bring a formal proceeding.”
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Dropbox outage was caused by ‘buggy’ upgrade: DDoS us? You hardly know us…

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1775Sec: Um, we were trolling for, er, Aaron Swartz…

annunci incontri pg Pranksters latched onto an outage at Dropbox on Friday to push false rumours of a politically motivated hack.

A group calling itself 1775Sec claimed that it had taken advantage of a vulnerability to knock out the widely used sync-and-share service. These claims were reported by sections of the media over the weekend.

Dropbox denied the claim on Sunday, stating that the outage had happened after routine maintenance went awry and apologising for the resulting problems.

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